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Back in October, EA revealed that it would be bringing its game-subscription service, EA Access, to Steam. Its launch appears to be imminent based on a new landing page, which includes every game that will be available on the service. For $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, subscribers can play hits such as the Mass Effect Trilogy, Battlefield V, and Titanfall 2 to their hearts’ content.

Here is everything that’s included:

  • Unlock exclusive challenges and rewards, member-only content, early trials of new releases, and access to a library of top titles.
  • Play select new-release games for up to 10 hours even before they launch.
  • Get more to play with unlimited access to a collection of Electronic Arts’ fan-favorite series and top titles.
  • Save 10% on all EA digital purchases on Steam including game downloads, Season Passes, points packs, and DLC.

“Don’t just get the game,” writes EA. “Get more from your game with EA Access – it’s the ultimate game membership for anyone who loves EA games. Follow EA and you’ll be notified as soon as EA Access is available.”

“This is a good day for gamers,” said Gabe Newell in EA’s initial press release revealing that it would be selling games on Steam again. “We’re excited to partner with EA to not only bring their great games and subscription service to Steam, but also to open up our communities to each other in an unprecedented way that will benefit players and developers around the world.”

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  1. Hey, EA marketing interns….. pssst! Over here! Here’s a tip…. don’t lead in this "Exciting" "new" "service" (it is none of those things) with tired, old, sucky games like ME Andromeda or Dead Space 3.
  2. They should just:
    1.) Sell games at reasonable prices.
    2.) Stop milking consumers with franchise’s like the Sims and its 5 Million different DLCs
    3.) Make games that dont suck, Anthem anyone?
    4.) Use Steam not Origin
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